Some of these links are openly shared Google documents. Often you cannot access linked documents in Google drives through a school system account. Please consider using a personal or different email whenever you try to access those documents.



On this page, you will find resources for a variety of items.  

These resources are mainly for students of middle and high school-age and therefore some resources, although really good, do not meet our target audience. MASC is not an “advertising” organization for all things.  

All the information on this website is published in good faith and for general information purpose only. MASC does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability, and accuracy of the information on other websites (labeled as “link to an outside source”).

If you find a “broken link” or feel that any information linked is inappropriate, please contact MASC Executive Director at or Assistant Executive Director at

AdvisorsFrequently Asked Questions

Advocacy and Civic Engagement

Link to Outside Sources
Maryland Voter Registration (
• Maryland General Assembly ( – MD GA website)
• My School Votes (When We All Vote)
• When We All Vote (link to an outside source)
• Register My Vote (Register My Vote)


– Bus Safety PSA with MASC students (outside source)

Safe Schools Tip Line -download app, report issues on-line (MCSS outside source) (schoolsafety.maryland

Environmental Items

– MASC Monthly Green Goals

Link to Outside Sources
– Maryland Green Schools List ( schools)
– Maryland Association for Environmental & Outdoor Education  ( – application for Green Schools
– Link to the Chesapeake Bay Foundation
– Composting at Home  (article link)
– Compost with Coffee Beans (article link)
• Composting article (Well Gardening.Com link)

Health & Mental Health

• Maryland Mental Health Resources (link to google doc)

Link to Outside Sources
• OneLove – promoting healthy relationships (meets MSDE health curriculum standards) (
• Virtual Mental Health Resources (link to google doc)
• Work2BeWell (Mental Health Resource) (Work2BeWell)
• Teen Mental Health During Quarantine (

Tobacco, Drugs, and Alcohol

Link to Outside Resources
• Heroin / Opioid Toolkit  – MD State Dept. of Education (MSDE resource)
Teen Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Talking to Children and Teens About Drugs
Addiction Resources
Alcohol Rehab Help
Addiction Center Help
•  Alcoholism Warning Signs
Needing Alcohol Rehab?
Drug Rehab for Teens and Young Adults

Resources that describe e-cigarettes, quitting resources for teens, and general tobacco prevention information
• Surprising facts about e-cigarettes/vapes and how to get help
• Maryland teens can text “Ready” to 887-09 for e-cigarette quitting tips and support
• Key facts and resources about e-cigarettes/vapes
• Free, confidential, 24/7 support to quit tobacco for anyone ages 13+
• Latest information from the Truth Initiative, including videos and ways to get involved
• Design your vaping quit plan and get help quitting through an app, texting, or chat

Leadership Resources (MASC handouts and workshop presentations)

• Equity, Anti-Racism, Social Justice (link to google drive)

Link to Outside Resources
• #ICANHELP – delete negativity online!  (

MASC Regions and Divisions

(listing and links)

National Student Council (NatStuCo)
Since 1931, the goal of the National Student Council (NatStuCo) has been to help all student councils become more effective organizations. NatStuCo represents middle-level and high school councils nationwide. It seeks to provide a valuable leadership partnership between students and their schools. It creates an opportunity for students to become effective leaders, thus encouraging and influencing a positive school climate.

– MASC’s Delegation to the NatStuCo LEAD Conference  
– MASC’s Delegation to the NatStuCo Region 2 Conference
– MASC’s Delegation to the NatStuCo National Conference
– MASC and National Junior Honor Society Pamphlet


Click on the SMOB graphic to go to postings from the current state SMOB


Maryland General Assembly

The General Assembly is Maryland’s legislative body and directly represents the electorate. The state has 47 districts represented by 47 Senators and 141 Delegates


Maryland State Board of Education

The Maryland State Board of Education (State Board) was organized in 1864 and, as the head of the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), has general control and supervision over public schools and the educational interests of the State.